Why Do So Few Black Men Get Colon Cancer Screenings? Closing the Racial Disparity Gap In Cancer at Forefront After Tragic Death of Chadwick Boseman, 43

Updated April 2nd, 2021

Why Do So Few Black Men Get Colon Cancer Screenings? Closing the Racial Disparity Gap In Cancer at Forefront After Tragic Death of Chadwick Boseman, 43

Black men have the highest colon cancer rates the U.S. They're also more reluctant to undergo colonoscopy screenings. Actor Will Smith and TODAY host, Craig Melvin — with others— are working to change that.

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